CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

Rose studied and qualified in CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) with internationally acclaimed trainer, Dr. David Kato.

Dr. Kato is a Clinical Hypnotherapist / Psycho-Analyst / Behavioral Therapist at the Bristol Hypnotherapy Depression Clinic. David is an accredited trainer with the NRAH an international speaker, and is an adjunct professor at Alpha University in Louisiana

What can CBT be used to treat?

CBT is has proven to be very effective in treating many psychological and emotional problems.  In many cases treatment can take as little as 6-8 weeks.

CBT is best known for effectively helping people suffering from:

  • Eating Disorders,
  • Weight Loss/Management,
  • Anxiety – Panic Attack,
  • PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,
  • OCD & Social Phobia,
  • Depression & Low Self-esteem,
  • Lack of Motivation & Drive,
  • Anger Problems and Stress,
  • Trauma,
  • Chronic Pain,
  • Relationship Issues.

CBT teaches you to think in a different way.

CBT  helps where clients frequently experience excessive automatic negative thoughts. It helps you understand the importance of thinking and how it affects the way you feel and react, and gives you the tools to think differently.

CBT helps you to unlearn unwanted reactions

CBT  is based on the scientifically supported assumption that most emotional and behavioural reactions are learned. Therefore, the goal of this therapy is to help you unlearn your unwanted reactions and to learn new ways of reacting.

CBT supports you with hands-on tools

At The Lough Hypnotherapy Centre Rose uses a form of  Integrative CBT which can be used alongside other therapeutic approaches.

Each session offers practical activities with exercises to do at home between sessions. You will use worksheets and create your own activity plan and diary – all these are very important parts of CBT, and will give you and your therapist the foundation to work from in overcoming your problems.